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Laundry in a washer - 10 simple tips

What could be simpler than throwing things in the washer and start the laundry? But even as simple as that sounds there are secrets that will help improve the quality of the wash, preserve clothes and prevent the washing machine from breakdowns.

laundry repair tipsTip Number 1:

Never load the entire thing in one heap. Sort big and small things, and then load one and then the other. This will help maintain the proper balance in the drum, and thus avoid machine vibration and poor extraction.

washer repair tipsTip Number 2:

To avoid problems with color its best to sort the load particularly in this order: first white, and then light, then blue and green, and finally red.

washer maintenance tipsTip Number 3:

Protect the discharge pump. To do this, carefully check all pockets before washing and clean them from small items and lint.

ge washer tipsTip Number 4:

If you don’t want your color lost on your garments do not use bleach.

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Count the quantity of detergent strictly as instructed. The over use of detergent harms the machine, and your clothes.

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Regularly clear the tank in your washing machine, to avoid interruption to the drain and prolong the machines life.

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Check to make sure there are no dangling buttons on your clothes. If there are, cut them off, and then sew them back. Button clasps, and close the zippers to protect the drum from damage.

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It’s also a good idea to turn the clothes inside out, to save them from the rapid wear and loss of color.

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Be sure to follow the recommended wash cycles for each type of linen. For silk and wool about 500 revolutions is recommended, about 800 for the bulkier clothes, and more than 1000 revolutions for towels, sheets, etc.

appliance maintenance tipsTip Number 10:

Try to maintain a normal level of load. It is better to put less linen, than put too much and cause failures on the washing machine.